Javed Akhtar furious at being trolled, says, 'Stop the drug of hate'
Javed Akhtar furious at being trolled, says, 'Stop the drug of hate'

There is an outcry over the Coronavirus everywhere. In such a situation, lyricist Javed Akhtar has been very active on social media recently and is tweeting something every day. He expresses his opinion on social and political issues and due to this he often has to be trolled. Now recently, when a user tried to troll Javed Akhtar, he gave a befitting reply to him.

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Recently a user tagged Javed Akhtar on Twitter and wrote, 'Where are you Javed Akhtar? Give your opinion about the country or will it be hidden in the bill? Your secular gang is not visible. Javed Akhtar responded to the Twitter user and wrote, "Brother, at least give up the drug of hate. People like me are doing whatever they can. All you do is ask instead of asking others what are you doing? The Indian Performing Right Society (IRPS) decided to help 3150 writers and musicians whose lockdown has affected everyday things.

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Javed Akhtar is the chairman of IRPS and he has also supported the lockdown of PM Modi. He has already been trolled for something by himself and this is not his first time to be trolled. Prior to this, he has been trolled due to tweets made about many things of politics.

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